Senior attack Riley Loewen earned a second career Conference Carolinas player of the year honour after helping lead Limestone College to an undefeated league field lacrosse season last week.
On Senior's Day, Loewen paced the Saints with two goals and three assists in a 13-6 victory over Catawba on Saturday.
Earlier in the month, No. 3-ranked Limestone claimed a fifth consecutive conference title following a 16-8 win over No. 11 Pfieffer on April 21. Loewen chipped in with a goal and two helpers. He also tallied three times in a six-point output in the Saints' 15-11 win over Belmont Abbey in the conference semifinal.
Loewen's six points moved him into second place all-time on Limestone's career total points list ahead of Nick Carlson's 248 points set back in 2002.
Loewen currently holds the school record with 176 goals and is first overall in six other categories, including 252 shots on goal and game starts, with 63.
The Burnaby Mountain grad has at least one more game to add to his totals, when Limestone opens the national championships on May 11.
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